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The Construct - December 2014

In This Issue: - Another Perspective: Constructing (and Eating) a Piece of the Energy Sector Pie - An Interview with Melvin Stroble, REM, Project Manager, Energy for Black & Veatch - Executive Order 13658 Directs…more

Construction Defects, Construction Industry, Energy Sector, Equitable Estoppel, Executive Orders

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Community Banks Adding Prepaid Products Face New Imperatives

It has been well-known in banking compliance law that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) has been planning to issue substantial consumer protection rules with respect to prepaid products. That time has now…more

Banks, CFPB, Community Banks, Prepaid Payment Products, Proposed Regulation

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Estate Planning & Federal Tax Update - Winter 2013

With the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (the “ATRA ”) passed and the fiscal cliff safely averted, the time has come to turn your attention to your estate plan. What Did the ATRA Accomplish? The fiscal cliff threatened…more

American Taxpayer Relief Act, Capital Gains, Dividends, Estate Planning, Family Trusts

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Community Banking Excellence - Issue 4, 2014

In This Issue: - Another Perspective - From the Editor - Executive Compensation: It May be Limiting Your Choices - Community Banks Adding Prepaid Products Face New Imperatives - Discharge, Debt Buyers and…more

Banks, Community Banks, Credit Reporting Agencies, Debt Buyers, Executive Compensation

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North Carolina Statute of Repose Preempted by Superfund Discovery Rule

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit Court recently ruled that North Carolina’s statutes of repose and limitations is trumped by Superfund’s discovery rule, under which the limitation period for filing a…more

CERCLA, Discovery Rule, Preemption, Statute of Limitations, Statute of Repose

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The Shale Play Today - September 2013

In This Issue: - Deeper Resources: Rotruck Joins Spilman - EQB Proposes Substantial Increases in Permit Fees for Unconventional Wells - Oil & Gas Lessees Retain Important Rights in W.Va. - Pa. Shale Industry…more

Endangered Species, Energy Exploration, Fees, Fracking, Oil & Gas

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Workers’ Compensation “Zombies” Invade West Virginia Legislature

In a move akin to the zombie apocalypse, a West Virginia legislator attempts to resurrect dead provisions in legislation filed on February 10, 2014. State Senator Jack Yost, a Democrat from Brooke County, introduced eight bills…more

Disability Benefits, Employee Benefits, Entitlements

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The TCPA: Take Care, Pitfalls Ahead

For more than twenty years, the federal government has attempted to limit the number of unsolicited phone calls consumers receive through the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, 47 U.S.C. § 227 (“TCPA”), which is perhaps best…more

Do Not Call List, FCC, TCPA

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ALERT: West Virginia Business Courts Division - Amendments to the Rules

For the past several years, Spilman Thomas & Battle has been an active participant in the West Virginia Business Court Division ("BCD"). After two years of cases, the BCD's leaders presented improvements to the West…more

Business Court Division, Proposed Amendments

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Meet Your Deadlines: West Virginia AST Act Challenges

In This Presentation: - How We Got Here - Aboveground Storage Tank Act - Key Definitions - Key Elements - Upcoming Deadlines - AST Registration Stats - Interpretive Rule (47 CSR 62) -…more

Department of Environmental Protection, Environmental Policies, Storage Tanks

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OSHA Updates Reporting and Recordkeeping Rule

In the September 18, 2014 Federal Register, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) published revisions to 29 CFR Part 1904 with respect to updated reporting and recordkeeping requirements. Employers located…more

Employer Liability Issues, Enforcement, Guidance Update, OSHA, Recordkeeping Requirements

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North Carolina Supreme Court Upholds Enforceability of Waiver of ECOA Claim

Last month, the North Carolina Supreme Court issued an important opinion for lenders in this state. The opinion reversed the North Carolina Court of Appeals’ decision in RL REGI N.C., LLC v. Lighthouse Cove, LLC, which found…more

Acquisition Finance, Affirmative Defenses, Banks, ECOA, Finance Lenders

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They're BACK! NLRB Reissues Ambush Election Amendments to Union Election Procedures

THE CHANGE: Earlier this morning, the NLRB revived its proposed amendments to the representation election procedures that would dramatically cut down the time between a union representation petition and the actual union vote by…more

Ambush Election Rules, NLRB, Union Elections

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Meet Your Deadlines: West Virginia AST Act Challenges

In This Presentation: - How We Got Here - Aboveground Storage Tank Act - Key Definitions - Key Elements - Upcoming Deadlines - AST Registration Stats - Interpretive Rule (47 CSR 62) -…more

Department of Environmental Protection, Environmental Policies, Storage Tanks

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Discussing the Two Pillars of America's Main Street Economy - An Interview with Larry F. Mazza, CEO of MVB Bank, Inc.

Larry Mazza is Chief Executive Officer of MVB Financial Corp., the parent of West Virginia-based MVB Bank, Inc. Mr. Mazza also serves on the MVB Financial Corp. Board of Directors. He is a recognized name in West Virginia…more

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Pa. Litigation Update

This summer was anything but a sleepy period for decisions from Pennsylvania courts on issues important to the oil and gas industry. Here are summaries of four cases issued in July and August - one from the Third Circuit Court…more

Breach of Duty, CAFA, Chevron, Damages, Fracking

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Meet Your Deadlines: West Virginia AST Act Challenges

In This Presentation: - How We Got Here - Aboveground Storage Tank Act - Key Definitions - Key Elements - Upcoming Deadlines - AST Registration Stats - Interpretive Rule (47 CSR 62) -…more

Department of Environmental Protection, Environmental Policies, Storage Tanks

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Independent No More: The Crackdown on the Use of Independent Contractors

For years, many employers have tried to reduce their tax burdens by treating persons who perform services for them as individual contractors as opposed to employees and thereby reducing the payroll withholding taxes they must…more

DOL, Employee Definition, Employer Liability Issues, Independent Contractors, IRS

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Community Banking Excellence - Issue 4, 2014

In This Issue: - Another Perspective - From the Editor - Executive Compensation: It May be Limiting Your Choices - Community Banks Adding Prepaid Products Face New Imperatives - Discharge, Debt Buyers and…more

Banks, Community Banks, Credit Reporting Agencies, Debt Buyers, Executive Compensation

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ALERT: Danger Zone - Employer Hit with Huge Pregnancy Discrimination Act Verdict

In a stunning employment verdict, a California jury awarded $185 million in punitive damages and $873,000 in compensatory damages to a former AutoZone store manager who claimed the auto-parts retailer mistreated her based on her…more

ADA, Adverse Employment Action, AutoZone, Compensatory Damages, Demotions

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Lenders Versus Mechanics’ Liens in West Virginia: A Question of Priorities

Finally! After days, weeks, sometimes even months of waiting, you as the lending officer received approval from corporate that underwriting has just approved your borrower and you can proceed with the term sheet. Time to put…more

Lenders, Liens, Loan Servicer, Loans, Underwriting

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No Lawsuit for You! When Subcontractors Cannot Sue the General Contractor

Can a subcontractor sue a general contractor over a work site accident? A recent decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court loudly and clearly said, "NO." Why not? The court ruled in Patton v. Worthington Associations, Inc. that…more

Construction Accidents, Construction Disputes, Contractors, General Contractors, Popular

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Administration’s Climate Action Plan Breathes New Life Into Oil and Natural Gas Air Regulations

On March 28, 2014, the White House released its Climate Action Plan Strategy to Reduce Methane Emissions. The oil and natural gas sectors are clearly in the cross-hairs for reductions. The report indicates the oil and natural…more

Clean Air Act, Climate Action Plan, EPA, Methane, Natural Gas

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Attorneys’ Fees and Prosecuting Bad Faith/UTPA Cases

Attorneys who litigate common law bad faith and Unfair Trade Practices Act claims are well aware that insureds who substantially prevail in an underlying contract action for insurance proceeds are entitled to an award of…more

Actual Malice, Attorney's Fees, Bad Faith, Compensatory Damages, Hayseeds

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Think Third Party Harassment Can’t Harm You? Think Again

On April 29, 2014, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit’s ruling of Freeman v. Dal-Tile Corp., No. 13-1481, 2014 WL 1678422 (4th Cir. Apr. 29, 2014) addressed third-party harassment. The Court held…more

Actual or Constructive Knowledge, Anti-Harassment Policies, Discrimination, Hostile Environment, Race Discrimination

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ABA Amends Model Rules of Professional Conduct to Address Changes Brought by Technology and Globalization

It is undeniable that technology and globalization are changing the way lawyers practice law. Technology has not just made people, places, and things much more accessible to us – it has impacted the way we store information and…more

ABA, Amended Regulation, Confidentiality, Corporate Counsel, Global Economy

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How to Survive the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Enforcement

As most employers know, the federal wage/hour law under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) includes the requirement to pay “non-exempt” employees time and one half of their “regular rate” for work in excess of 40 hours in a…more

Audits, DOL, FLSA, Independent Contractors, Recordkeeping Requirements

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Nuts and Bolts of the Home Rule Program Application Sales and Use Taxes

This is an outline of a presentation given by Spilman attorneys Dale Steager and Brian Helmick before the WV Municipal League 44th Annual Conference, Home Rule: Learn, Lead, Succeed, at the Charleston Marriott Hotel in…more

Business Taxes, Home Rule States, Local Ordinance, Municipalities, Sales & Use Tax

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Views from the Footprint - Banking, Collateral, Default and Foreclosure Question

In this issue of Community Banking Excellence, we pose a question to Spilman’s banking law professionals throughout the firm’s geographical footprint, focusing on Virginia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and West Virginia. The…more

Banks, Collateral, Community Banks, Foreclosure, Mortgages

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Partition Suit Decision Could Be Problematic for W.Va. Oil & Gas Operators

Based on a recent decision in West Virginia’s 3rd Judicial Circuit, which includes Doddridge, Pleasants and Ritchie counties, the use of litigation in the form of partition suits may be more problematic than it otherwise has…more

Mineral Rights, Oil & Gas, Petition for Partition, Surface Owner

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The Construct - March 2014

In This Issue: - Green Law Corner: What LEED v4 Means for You - Deliberate Intent: Beyond Workers' Compensation and Into the Assets of Your Business - EPA Approves the New Phase I Standard -…more

Arbitration, Arbitration Agreements, Employer Liability Issues, Entrepreneurs, EPA

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The Small Servicer Exemption to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Mortgage Servicing Rules

This year ushered in new mortgage servicing rules promulgated by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“Bureau”). The rules implement certain provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act…more

Dodd-Frank, Farm Credit Administration, Mortgage Servicing Rules, Mortgages

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Hold That ReFi! A Reason to Think Twice Before Entering Post-Petition Agreements with Discharged Debtors

After months of phone calls, loan modifications and discussions with borrowers, one finally receives the dreaded bankruptcy notice in the mail. A chapter 7, no-asset case, with the loan listed on the bankruptcy schedules as a…more

Chapter 7, Consumer Bankruptcy, Debt Collection, Debtors

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Views from the Footprint - Banking, Collateral, Default and Foreclosure Question

In this issue of Community Banking Excellence, we pose a question to Spilman’s banking law professionals throughout the firm’s geographical footprint, focusing on Virginia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and West Virginia. The…more

Banks, Collateral, Community Banks, Foreclosure, Mortgages

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SuperVision Today - November 2014

Notes from the Chair and Executive Editor - Welcome to the fourth quarter edition of SuperVision Today, the quarterly e-newsletter published by Spilman's Labor & Employment Group. With the election results in,…more

Affordable Care Act, EEOC, Employer Mandates, Independent Contractors, OSHA

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WVSCA Decision Strengthens Enforcement of Agreements to Arbitrate

On June 19, 2013, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals (“the Court” or “WVSCA”) issued an important decision that bolsters the ability of financial institutions and other defendants to enforce arbitration agreements…more

Arbitration, Arbitration Agreements, SCOTUS, Unconscionable Contracts

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ALERT: West Virginia Business Courts Division - Amendments to the Rules

For the past several years, Spilman Thomas & Battle has been an active participant in the West Virginia Business Court Division ("BCD"). After two years of cases, the BCD's leaders presented improvements to the West…more

Business Court Division, Proposed Amendments

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ALERT: Email Error - National Labor Relations Board Allows Use of Employer Email for Union Organizing

In a dramatic reversal, the National Labor Relations Board (the “Board”) today ruled that employers may not restrict employees from using the employer’s email to communicate with fellow employees about union matters, or other…more

Email, NLRB, Protected Concerted Activity, Purple Communications, Unions

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You Decide: Green Globes v. LEED

The U.S. General Services Administration recently added Green Globes as an additional third-party green building certification system for federal government construction projects. With this addition, many are now asking about…more

Building Standards, Certifications, Construction Workers, Contractors, Environmental Policies

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What’s in that Contract Again? Reflections on the Recent Recession

During and immediately after the most recent recession, construction litigation seemed to hit an apex. New pre-litigation matters to resolve monetary disputes from recession-era construction projects continue to keep many…more

Construction Contracts, Construction Disputes, Construction Industry, Construction Project, Contract Disputes

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Community Banking Excellence - Fourth Quarter 2012

In This Issue: - Conversation with a Community Banking Professional By Timothy R. Moore - Signs of a Federal Investigation by Sharon L. Potter - Why is Your Bank or Bank Holding Company Still a Public…more

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Say What??!! When is There an Enforceable Agreement in the Subcontractor Bidding Process?

A major development and infrastructure project is announced that will provide significant work to a construction manager, general contractor (“GC”), and many subcontractors (“Sub”) across the building trades. The architect and…more

Bids, Competitive Bidding, Contract Formation, Contractors, General Contractors

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DRI Continues its Advocacy for Improvements to the Civil Justice System

Times change and so must our rules of civil procedure. DRI is a leader in the process of public and written comment to the proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The federal Advisory Committee on…more

Electronically Stored Information, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Proposed Amendments, Public Comment

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Spilman Alert: W.Va. Supreme Court Rulings Impact Defense of Deliberate Intent Cases

The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals recently issued two rulings that have a significant impact on the way employers may defend cases brought under West Virginia's deliberate intent statute (W.Va. Code § 23-4-2). Concisely…more

Affirmative Defenses, Intent

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The TCPA: Take Care, Pitfalls Ahead

For more than twenty years, the federal government has attempted to limit the number of unsolicited phone calls consumers receive through the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, 47 U.S.C. § 227 (“TCPA”), which is perhaps best…more

Do Not Call List, FCC, TCPA

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California Investment Firm and City Team Up to Erase Mortgages Through Eminent Domain

If a California investment firm and the City of Richmond, California have their way, the mortgage industry may face a new threat: a plan to use government’s eminent domain power to seize homes where homeowners owe more than…more

Eminent Domain, Mortgages, Takings

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Community Banking Excellence - Issue 4, 2014

In This Issue: - Another Perspective - From the Editor - Executive Compensation: It May be Limiting Your Choices - Community Banks Adding Prepaid Products Face New Imperatives - Discharge, Debt Buyers and…more

Banks, Community Banks, Credit Reporting Agencies, Debt Buyers, Executive Compensation

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Waiting for the Dust to Settle: Mach Mining and the Future of the EEOC's Duty to Conciliate in Good-Faith Prior to Civil Litigation

In 2013, individuals filed more than 100,000 charges of Title VII violations with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC” or “Commission”), thousands of which the EEOC has -- and continues -- to aggressively…more

Conciliation, EEOC, Employer Liability Issues, Mach Mining v EEOC, Title VII

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Indemnification Agreements and Insured Contracts: Why Your Business or Insurer Might Owe a Defense and Indemnity

The purpose of this article is to address potential issues and concerns that may arise between General Contractors (“GC”), Subcontractors (the “Sub”) and their insurers when claims by outside parties (also known as…more

Commercial General Liability Policies, Contractors, Liability Insurance, Subcontractors, Third-Party

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ACA Open Enrollment #1 in the Books

With the first annual Affordable Care Act open enrollment in the books (although the end of open enrollment is still something of a moving target – more on that later), everyone is examining, discussing, applauding and…more

Affordable Care Act, Healthcare, Healthcare Reform, Open Enrollment

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Recent Developments for Federal Contractors

Companies and individuals seeking to do business with the federal government have been targeted in the “year of action” promised by President Barack Obama. The President has taken steps to impose a number of additional labor and…more

Barack Obama, Disclosure Requirements, Discrimination, EEO-1, Employer Liability Issues

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The Shale Play Today - January 2013

In This Issue: - Dept. of Labor Wage & Hour Enforcement to Focus on Shale Employers - Spilman Assists in Transition of Site from Steelmaking to Shale Gas - Natural Gas Fueling Stations Coming to I-79 in W. Va. and…more

DOL, EPA, Fracking, Geo-Software, Grants

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Constructing (and Eating) a Piece of the Energy Sector Pie… An Interview With Melvin Stroble, REM, Project Manager, Energy for Black & Veatch

Everyone likes pie of some sort, especially around the holidays. For those working in the construction industry, the rapidly developing energy sector appears to be an ever-expanding “Job Pie” for contractors designing, managing,…more

Black & Veatch, Construction Industry, Energy Sector, Federal Contractors

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Observations of the Sixth Annual Developing Unconventional Gas Conference

I had the great learning experience of attending The Sixth Annual Developing Unconventional Gas Conference, known as DUG East, earlier this month. The conference is based around the sharing of ideas, performance updates, and…more

Energy, Liquid Natural Gas, Marcellus Shale, Natural Gas, Oil & Gas

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The Shale Play Today - June 2014

In This Issue: - Observations of the Sixth Annual DUG Conference - Mergers, Midstream, and the Marcellus and Utica Shales - Sunoco's Natural Gas Liquids Pipeline Delayed? - How Local Drilling Regulations May…more

Liquid Natural Gas, Marcellus Shale, Natural Gas, Offshore Drilling, Oil & Gas

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Breaking News: America’s Next Energy Hub - Philadelphia Dealt a Major Setback

In 2012, the city of Philadelphia announced plans to privatize the Philadelphia Gas Works ("PGW"). PGW is the nation’s largest municipality-owned natural gas utility with more than 6,000 miles of gas mains and service pipes…more

Marcellus Shale, Municipalities, Natural Gas, Oil & Gas, Private Utility

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It's Not the Crime, It's the Cover-Up: Equitable Estoppel in Construction Defect Claims

More than 20 years ago, the Watergate scandal taught us “it’s not the crime, it’s the cover-up” that does the damage. The ensuing decades have brought a steady stream of individuals and companies that had to learn the truth of…more

Construction Defects, Construction Disputes, Construction Industry, Contractors, Equitable Estoppel

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Is Sexual Orientation Including Gender Identity the Next Universally Protected Class in Employment Law?

On July 21, 2014, President Obama signed an executive order expanding protection of employees of the federal government provided by Executive Orders 11478 and 11246. Specifically, individuals in federal employment cannot be…more

Gender Identity, Protected Class, Sexual Orientation, Sexual Orientation Discrimination

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Zombie (Debt Collector) Beware: West Virginia Expands Prohibited Actions

America’s fascination with zombies infiltrated the West Virginia Legislature during the 2014 Regular Session, resulting in the introduction of a “zombie debt” bill, House Bill 4360. The bill, as introduced, was designed to…more

Debt, Debt Collection, Statute of Limitations, Zombie Funds

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A Virginia Mechanic's Lien Refresher, Courtesy of Jack Bays

In February 2013 the Supreme Court of Virginia handed down its decision in Jack Bays, a mechanic’s lien lawsuit involving the landowner, several lenders, the general contractor and no fewer than eleven subcontractors. Although…more

Appeals, Burden of Proof, Churches, Construction Contracts, Contractors

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Nuts and Bolts of the Home Rule Program Application Sales and Use Taxes

This is an outline of a presentation given by Spilman attorneys Dale Steager and Brian Helmick before the WV Municipal League 44th Annual Conference, Home Rule: Learn, Lead, Succeed, at the Charleston Marriott Hotel in…more

Business Taxes, Home Rule States, Local Ordinance, Municipalities, Sales & Use Tax

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Views from the Footprint - Banking, Collateral, Default and Foreclosure Question

In this issue of Community Banking Excellence, we pose a question to Spilman’s banking law professionals throughout the firm’s geographical footprint, focusing on Virginia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and West Virginia. The…more

Banks, Collateral, Community Banks, Foreclosure, Mortgages

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Estate Planning & Federal Tax Update - Winter 2013

With the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (the “ATRA ”) passed and the fiscal cliff safely averted, the time has come to turn your attention to your estate plan. What Did the ATRA Accomplish? The fiscal cliff threatened…more

American Taxpayer Relief Act, Capital Gains, Dividends, Estate Planning, Family Trusts

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Don't Forget! Preparing for the Affordable Care Act Employer Mandate

With 2015 just a few weeks away, employers with 100 or more full-time and full-time equivalent employees should be gearing up for the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) employer mandate, which subjects employers…more

Affordable Care Act, Employer Group Health Plans, Employer Liability Issues, Employer Mandates, Full-Time Employees

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ALERT: Email Error - National Labor Relations Board Allows Use of Employer Email for Union Organizing

In a dramatic reversal, the National Labor Relations Board (the “Board”) today ruled that employers may not restrict employees from using the employer’s email to communicate with fellow employees about union matters, or other…more

Email, NLRB, Protected Concerted Activity, Purple Communications, Unions

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Workers’ Compensation “Zombies” Invade West Virginia Legislature

In a move akin to the zombie apocalypse, a West Virginia legislator attempts to resurrect dead provisions in legislation filed on February 10, 2014. State Senator Jack Yost, a Democrat from Brooke County, introduced eight bills…more

Disability Benefits, Employee Benefits, Entitlements

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Community Banking Excellence - Issue 4, 2014

In This Issue: - Another Perspective - From the Editor - Executive Compensation: It May be Limiting Your Choices - Community Banks Adding Prepaid Products Face New Imperatives - Discharge, Debt Buyers and…more

Banks, Community Banks, Credit Reporting Agencies, Debt Buyers, Executive Compensation

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Killing the Economy to Allegedly Save the World: The Present Failure and Future Promise of US Energy Policy

The pursuit and articulation of any type of “policy” is, by nature, aspirational. Societies via their governments, and to some degree private institutions, identify conditions they would ideally like to see actualized in some…more

Climate Change, Energy, Energy Policy

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Meet Your Deadlines: West Virginia AST Act Challenges

In This Presentation: - How We Got Here - Aboveground Storage Tank Act - Key Definitions - Key Elements - Upcoming Deadlines - AST Registration Stats - Interpretive Rule (47 CSR 62) -…more

Department of Environmental Protection, Environmental Policies, Storage Tanks

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